TCU football takes the field TOMORROW.
Beginning Friday and continuing Saturday, the popular college football pregame show will broadcast from Sundance Square Plaza, where workers put the finishing touches on the set Thursday.
In his place, an expected 50 — 50! — members of Sullivan’s 1994 TCU team are scheduled to be present and honored at halftime of the Horned Frogs’ season opener.
While the Samford Bulldogs have had competitive games against FBS teams from power conference teams, the FCS team from Homewood has never gotten over the hump and came away with a victory.
Even though the Horned Frogs lost defensive captain and shutdown corner Jason Verrett to the NFL, don't expect the TCU secondary to lose a step against the high-octane Big 12 offenses this year. This unit features a variety of seasoned veterans, as well as a few talented newcomers.
The pitching duo of Brandon Finnegan and Preston Morrison were honored with the 2014 Howard Green Metroplex Collegiate Players of the Year Award presented by the DFW Ernie Banks-Bobby Bragan Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research.
Bump, Set, Spike
This year, the players hit two-a-days already united and physically prepared after spending 12 days playing across Italy this summer. They open their season Friday night at defending NCAA champion and No. 1-ranked Penn State.
Gophers coach Jerry Kill had so much respect for the Eastern Illinois Panthers that he compared them to North Dakota State, a lower-level team that has three straight national championships and two wins against his program.
In his three years with the Cincinnati Bengals he's proven to be an efficient quarterback and has navigated his team to three straight playoff appearances, including a division title last year. But that's about it.
- Sports & Recreation
- American Football
- Fort Worth Star Telegram